The other style of artist worked flat 2-D in great detail. This is more my style. I do like the 3-D illusions but don't think I would enjoy the art of elongation/distortion. I think as I do street murals for maybe a couple more years that I will introduce stronger shadows, creating more depth but will leave the illusion of depth perception to others.
Here are a few photos from the event.
|Viewed upside down, elongated perspective|
|Viewed right side photographed from above|
|Working with a reflective curved surface|
|The beauty of B&W|
|If you stood on one of the blocks you appeared to be floating above the surface|
|The strong shadows help with the illusion. The children were elongated but taking photos above you see them in 3-D|